2. Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil comes has long been used in Australia by the aboriginals as a way to treat cuts and other skin infections. It comes from the melaleuca alternifolia tree. Tea tree oil helps to treat a broad range of infections as it works against many types of germs. It has been found to be very effective against the rash that is caused by scarlet fever. Tea tree oil has an antimicrobial activity that is associated with a component called terpinene-4-ol.
If you are suffering from scarlet fever, tea tree oil can be very helpful. In order to use tea tree oil for scarlet fever rashes, you will want to mix a tsp of coconut oil with about five drops of tea tree oil. Smooth this mixture over the areas of the body that have been affected by the scarlet fever rash. Always dilute tea tree oil with a carrier oil in a ratio of at least one to one because tea tree oil is very strong.